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Dublin: 14°C Tuesday 16 August 2022
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Suncream at the ready: Temperatures will reach 20 degrees this week

It’s a little cloudy this morning but there’s more sunshine on the way.

 Luke Halligan (17 from Dublin) jumps in at the Forty Foot at Sandyove in 2012.
Luke Halligan (17 from Dublin) jumps in at the Forty Foot at Sandyove in 2012.
Image: Laura Hutton/Photocall Ireland

LASH ON THE suncream today, as Met Éireann has said temperatures this week will reach above 20 degrees in some places.

Though it is a little cloudy today (and there will be a tiny bit of rain on the west coast), the day will be mostly dry and mild.

In Munster and Connacht, you might even get a bit of colour:

Tomorrow promises to be dry and humid with bright sunny spells though coastal areas may see patches of drizzle and fog.

Maximum temperatures will be 22 degrees and the mostly dry weather will continue for the rest of the week.

Red: We had a good run: Clouds are coming, but there will still be a fair amount of dry weather>

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